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The highly-popular Woolpit Steam Rally is back this year after a two-year absence.

The event, which will take place on May 28 and 29 at Warren Farm in Wetherden, raised £17,200 for charities and community groups in 2019, with organisers hoping to raise much needed funds again this year.

Vintage tractors, cars, motorcycles, commercial and military vehicles as well as a wide range of steam engines will be on show with some rare, interesting and historic exhibits on display.

Woolpit Steam Rally 2019. Pictures by Mecha Morton.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019. Pictures by Mecha Morton.

The rally will also include more than 50 craft, trade, food and jumble stalls, fair ground rides, a wood sawing display and a World War Two era Caterpillar D7 bulldozer demonstrating its power and performance leveling soil.

For further information on Woolpit Steam Rally, go to www.woolpit-steam.org.uk

Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Jack Roberts, seven, with a 1922 Burrell Traction Engine at the 2019 Woolpit Steam Rally.
Jack Roberts, seven, with a 1922 Burrell Traction Engine at the 2019 Woolpit Steam Rally.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Natel Taylor with his 1916 Wallis and Steepens World War One engine.
Natel Taylor with his 1916 Wallis and Steepens World War One engine.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.
Woolpit Steam Rally 2019.